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Oct 2, 2012 11:35pm PDT
of burbank, california. his little backyard is crawling with meat eaters and plant eaters. you ever get freaked out coming out here at night? >> no, no, i usually come here to read. i'll sit and it's not ambience, nice atmosphere. >> reporter: he invites lady friend oefrs to model and make movies. like "dinosaur valley girls" "beauties and the beasts." no wonder he likes his privacy. >> not too many people know what i have. >> reporter: your neighbors don't know they have "jurassic park" next door? >> that's true. >> reporter: it took a while for the business to start but now it's boomg. >> the world doesn't team in armed garden gnomes, turns out after the world found out about them they do. >> reporter: anyone who tries to liberate these little guys getter be prepared for a fight. i'm david wright for "nightline" in petaluma, california. >> must have the zombie gnomes eating the flamingo. thank you, david and thank you for watching abc news. tomorrow night, please join us for kickoff of the special coverage of the presidential debate, the first one in denver. check in for "good morning
ABC
Oct 15, 2012 11:35pm PDT
the bite-size crunchy snacks under assault. officials in school districts from california to illinois are trying to get them banned. >> if children want to bring in snacks that are high in fat, high in calories that's their choice, they can do that but we won't provide those kind of foods. >> the cheeto epidemic is major. >> reporter: a teacher featured on a video talking about how problematic they are. >> flaming hot cheetos probably the biggest problem we have. >> reporter: another teacher in new mexico st. implord parents not to let their kids bring them to school. >> i don't have her bringing a family size bag, i know she'll eat them all railroad they it contains 26 grams of fat and contains a quarter of the sodium you're supposed to eat in the entire day. and it's sodium, also known as salt, that has nutritionists increasingly worried. >> if i were to say is there a lot of sodium in the food that you eat would you have any idea what i'm talking about? >> yes. >> yes. >> a lot of my food has soy sauce. >> reporter: most adults have 2300 milligrams in day about a teaspoon but resea
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